M-Dot - The Difference

Posted 5 years ago
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SoulSlicers, Cuts by DJ Family Tyz
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Switzerland-based producers The SoulSlicers have recruited Boston flame-spitter M-Dot for The Difference, the second single off their forthcoming full-length. Backed by the beat crew’s chopped samples and boom-bap percussion (garnished with vintage cuts by DJ Family Tyz), the freestyle series alumnus fills listeners in on what it is that separates him from the pack. For more, check out the Slicers’ Boost Da Soul LP when it hits stores this May. Also, watch out for the full length video, shot in Geneva, to debut soon.

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